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Category: PowerShell

If you are an Admin that likes to test things like me then you tend to find small things. For example, in this exercise I was trying to install the Exchange 2019 Management tools on a Windows 2016 Server and while the error is straight forward, if you click the link it takes you to […]

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Many times your IT manager will ask, what version of outlook is everyone running or you have a case where you need to know what user accessed the system and from what version. Now systems like SCCM or Labtech can provide you with this but a few Exchange PowerShell commands will also give you the […]

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